Rocana Joins Splunk

Splunk has acquired the technology and intellectual property assets of Rocana. As part of the acquisition, Rocana’s technical team has joined Splunk. Rocana was founded in 2014 with a mission to provide technology leaders with total operational visibility, eliminating the silo boundaries of legacy IT monitoring and enabling digital transformation.

The Rocana technical team has great experience in both large scale data systems and open source technologies and shares our passion for solving the toughest data challenges across IT Operations, Security, IoT and Business. We’re excited to welcome the Rocana team to Splunk, where they will help advance Splunk’s market-leading machine data platform and machine learning capabilities across Splunk’s product portfolio.

The acquisition of Rocana is part of Splunk’s broader strategy to leverage the ecosystem around us as an extension of our internal R&D efforts through acquisitions and strategic partnerships to drive growth and innovation to better serve our customers and partners.

We recently wrapped up our annual user conference, .conf2017, and I was blown away by the number of customers and partners who are doubling down on their investment in Splunk, and we will continue innovating to help them generate insights from machine data in an ever-evolving technology market.

The Rocana team will join our Products organization led by our chief product officer, Richard Campione.  For more information on Splunk Enterprise, click here.

Ammar Maraqa
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Ammar Maraqa

Ammar Maraqa is Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer at Splunk. It’s a role that taps his passion for technology and innovation and his deep experience helping companies grow and transform. Ammar came to Splunk in 2015 as Vice President of Business Operations and currently leads Corporate Strategy, Corporate Development, and Pricing and Monetization. For a time, he also led Global Strategic Alliances, and served as General Manager for IoT Markets. Before coming to Splunk, Ammar served as Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy at Cisco Systems, Inc., and held various Product roles at Dell, Inc prior to that. He started his career in consulting at Bain & Company working with companies to solve critical growth and scaling challenges. Ammar holds a dual bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Computer Engineering and Finance, and an M.B.A from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar.  

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